Antinomy of Common Flowers/Spell Cards/Mononobe no Futo

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Story Mode Cards[edit]

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Spell Card Story Mode 1
拳風符「入道叢雲風水拳」(Ken-fuu-fu "Nyuudou Murakumo Fuusuiken")
Fist Wind Sign "Nyuudou Murakumo Feng Shui Fist"
Owner
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Spell Card Story Mode 2
風霊符「磐舟かわらけ封印」(Fuu-rei-fu "Iwafune Kawarake Fuuin")
Wind Spirit Sign "Iwafune Kawarake Seal" [1]
Owner
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Spell Card Story Mode 3
面風符「喜怒哀楽風水術」(Men-fuu-fu "Kidoairaku Fuusui-jutsu")
Mask Wind Sign "Four Humors' Feng Shui Art"
Owner
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Spell Card Story Mode 4
光風符「レイディアント風水マント」(Kou-fuu-fu "Reidianto Fuusui Manto")
Light Wind Sign "Radiant Feng Shui Cape"
Owner

Spell Cards[edit]

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Spell Card 1
風符「三輪の皿嵐」(Kazefu Miwa no Saraarashi"")
Wind Sign "Miwa Plate Storm"[2]
Owner
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Spell Card 2
炎符「太乙真火」(Enfu "Tai'itsu Shinka")
Blaze Sign "Taiyi True Fire"[3]
Owner
Editor's ZUN-style Comment
This is also Futo's Slave spell card
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Spell Card 3
運気「破局の開門」(Unki "Hakyoku no Kaimon")
Fate "Gate Opening for Catastrophe"
Owner
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Spell Card Last Word
*死んでも一枚足りない!*(*Shindemo Ichimai Tarinai!*)
*Even in Death, One Plate is Still Missing!*
Owner

Notes[edit]

  1. Kawarake throwing: the practice of throwing unglazed earthware plates from a high place to ward off evil.
  2. "Miwa" (三輪, 'three rings') is the name of a sacred mountain in Japan, as well as the famous Omiwa Shrine (大神神社), which is known as Japan's prototypical Shinto shrine. The name of Futo's theme song also makes reference to the Omiwa Shrine.
  3. Taiyi (太乙) refers to the ancient Chinese divination method Taiyi Shenshu (simplified Chinese: 太乙神数; traditional Chinese: 太乙神數). True Fire (真火) refers to the fire of life that burns in the hearts of everyone, according to Taoist physiology. Also a visual pun with 太乙真人 (Taiyi Zhenren), a character in the Chinese novel Fengshen Yanyi